The Sam Houston State University campus is quiet for now; however, it won't be long before students will be back and Bearkat Plaza will be filled with activity once again. Residence halls will open on Aug. 23 and fall semester classes will begin on Aug. 27.
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College To Debut Homeland Security Studies Program
In response to the growing needs of organizations and companies in the emerging field of homeland security, the College of Criminal Justice will launch a retooled master’s degree and certificate programs this fall. Details.
CJ Prof Talks About Famous Outlaw In TV Series
SHSU criminal justice professor Mitchel Roth took on a legend of the Wild West in “Gunslingers,” an American Heroes Channel series that tells the tales of the villains and heroes of a bygone era, discussing John Wesley Hardin on the Sunday evening episode. Details.
Fall Comedy Event To Showcase Judah Friedlander, Nick Swardson
Actors and standup comedians Judah Friedlander and Nick Swardson will stop by Sam Houston State University to welcome students back to campus as part of the Kat Comedy Showcase on Aug. 25. Students, faculty and staff can obtain two free tickets to the show, with their Bearkat OneCard, at 936.294.3021 or by visiting Johnson Coliseum Box Office No. 2. Details.
Study Tracks State Of Stalking In Texas
A new report from the Crime Victims’ Institute, housed at Sam Houston State University, reports that despite recent laws adopted in the state to protect stalking victims, little information is available about the crime or policies and procedures to aid the criminal justice system. Details.
SHSU President, Alumnus Marry In Horseshoe Bay
SHSU President Dana G. Hoyt and John M. Hoyt, ’75, were married on Aug. 4 in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, in the presence of family and close friends. Details.
Hernandez Named VP For Finance, Operations
Carlos Hernandez, who has served as acting vice president for finance and operations at SHSU since March 24, has been selected to fill the permanent position, effective Aug. 1. Details.
New, Returning Students To Be Welcomed With Nine Days Of Activities
Students returning to campus for the fall semester can get the complete Sam Houston State University experience—from sports, to service, to celebrating the various forms of campus diversity—all during the course of 24 activities all held within a single week, Aug. 23-31. Details.
SHSU Named A 2014 'Great College To Work For'
Once again, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named SHSU a great place to work. For the fifth consecutive year, survey results indicate that employees are satisfied with the university as an employer. Details.
Ridings Honored For Service, Contributions
SHSU sports information director Paul Ridings has been named the 2014 recipient of the Southland Conference's Louis Bonnette Sports Media Award. Details.
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